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Forget Google, how 'bout "Moo-gle"

With hamburger lovers fearing that the next bite of their bovine delicacies could result in a dose of mad cow disease -- it should come as no surprise that web sites and search engines have been beseiged by worried consumers...

With hamburger lovers fearing that the next bite of their bovine delicacies could result in a dose of mad cow disease -- it should come as no surprise that web sites and search engines have been beseiged by worried consumers trying to sort out the good information from the bad. Unfortunately, with so many sites offering "the facts," finding accurate information can be as easy and navigating a grazing field full of cow-pies.

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